Forskrift om endring i forskrift om planter og tiltak mot planteskadegjørere - PDF

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Fskrift om endring i fskrift om planter og tiltak mot planteskadegjørere Regulations amending regulations relating to plants measures against pests Laid down by the Ministry of Agriculture Food 9. September

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Fskrift om endring i fskrift om planter og tiltak mot planteskadegjørere Regulations amending regulations relating to plants measures against pests Laid down by the Ministry of Agriculture Food 9. September 2015 pursuant to section 9, 12, 15 18, of Act no. 124 of 19 December 2003 relating to food production food safety, etc. (the Food Safety Act), cf. Delegated Decision no of 19 December I The following amendments shall be implemented into the regulations relating to plants measures against pests In Annex 1, Pests which are prohibited to introduce spread in Nway, the following amendments are made under point 1 point 5 under the heading BACTERIA: 1 Cidatus phytoplasma mali Apple proliferation phytoplasma 5 Cidatus phytoplasma pyri Pear decline phytoplasma In Annex 3, Plants other regulated articles which are prohibited to impt if they iginate in the following areas, point 6.1 is to read as follows: 6.1 Amelanchier Medik. Aronia Medik. Choenomeles Lindl. Cotoneaster Medik. Crataegus L. X Crataemespilus E.G. Camus Cydonia Mill., except C. oblonga Mill. when used to be used as rootstock f Pyrus communis L. Eriobotrya Lindl. Malus Mill. except production trees of M. domestica Bkh.(edible fruit), Mespilus L. Photinia Lindl. Pyracantha M.J. Roem. Pyrus L. except production trees of P. communis L. (edible fruit), Sbus L. Stranvaesia Lindl. Plants (other than seeds fruit), but including live pollen f pollination Countries where Erwinia amylova (Burrill) Winslow et al. is known to occur In Annex 4A, Specific requirements f the impt of certain plants other regulated articles, the following amendments are made: Points are to read as follows: 13.2 Plants intended f planting (other than seeds) of Malus Mill. Without prejudice to the requirements applicable to Annex 4A, points 10, 11, : a) the plants iginate in areas known to be free from Cidatus phytoplasma mali, accding to International Stard f Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) No 4, the name of the area appears from the certificate from the column f additional declarations, b) i) the plants (other than those raised from seeds) are derived in direct line from material which is maintained under appropriate conditions, subjected, within the last six complete cycles of vegetation, at least once to official testing f Cidatus phytoplasma mali in the expting country, using appropriate testing which also uncovers latent infections, found to be free from this pest, ii) no symptoms of diseases caused by Cidatus phytoplasma mali have been observed at the place of production on susceptible plants in its immediate vicinity since the beginning of the last three complete cycles of vegetation. iii) one per thous of the plant material of the batch to be impted must be subjected to testing in the expting country, using appropriate testing which also uncovers latent infections, found to be free from Cidatus phytoplasma mali. At least one sample must be tested if the consignment consists of less than one thous units. 14 Plants intended f planting (other than seeds) of Cydonia Mill. Pyrus L. Without prejudice to the provisions requirements applicable to Annex 3, point 6.1 Annex 4A, point 10, 11 12: a) the plants iginate in areas known to be free from Cidatus phytoplasma pyri, accding to International Stard f Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) No 4, the name of the area appears from the certificate from the column f additional declarations, b) i) plants at the place of production in its immediate vicinity which have shown symptoms giving rise to the suspicion of contamination by Cidatus phytoplasma pyri have been rogued out at that place within the last three complete cycles of vegetation, ii) one per thous of the plant material of the batch to be impted must be subjected to testing in the expting country, using appropriate testing which also uncovers latent infections, found to be free from Cidatus phytoplasma pyri. At least one sample must be tested if the consignment consists of less than one thous units. The following is added at the end of the table: 38 Plants (other than seeds fruit), but including live pollen f pollination, of production trees of Malus domestica Bkh. Pyrus communis L. (edible fruit), as well as Cydonia oblonga Mill. when used to be used as rootstock f Pyrus L. Without prejudice to the requirements applicable to Annex 4A point 10, 11, 12, 13.1, : a) the plants iginate in an area known to be free from Erwinia amylova (Burr.) Winsl. et al. accding to International Stard f Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) No 4, the name of the area appears from the certificate from the column f additional declarations, b) the plants have been produced in a buffer zone,, if they have been moved into a buffer zone, they have as a minimum been kept maintained during a period from 1 April to 31 October within the last complete cycle of vegetation, in a field: b i) - situated at least one km within the bder of an officially designated buffer zone of a minimum of 50 km2, where host plants, during the last two complete cycles of vegetation, have been subjected to an officially approved surveyed control system to minimise the risk of spread of Erwinia amylova (Burr.) Winsl. et al. from plants growing there, - when the buffer zone is established, official inspections shall be carried out within the part of the zone situated outside the production field a 500 m wide zone around this, at least once after the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation, at the most appropriate period, all host plants showing symptoms shall be rogued out at once. The results of these inspections shall be submitted to Mattilsynet befe 1 May each year, - a closer description of the buffer zone shall be available to Mattilsynet - name other identification of the buffer zone shall appear from the certificate from the column f additional declarations b ii) which has been officially approved, in the same way as the buffer zone, within the last two complete cycles of vegetation, f growing plants, on the conditions appearing from point 38 b), b iii) which, together with the surrounding zone of at least 500 m, has been found to be free from Erwinia amylova (Burr.) Winsl. et al. since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation, at official inspections that have been carried out at least: - twice in the field, at the most appropriate period, i.e. once within a period from June to August, once within a period from August to November, - once in the mentioned surrounding zone, at the most appropriate period, i.e. within a period from August to November b iv) from which plants have been officially tested f latent infections in accdance with EPPO Diagnostic protocol f Erwinia amylova, on samples officially drawn at the most appropriate period, these are found to be free from this pest. In Annex 4B, Specific requirements f domestic production sale of certain plants other regulated articles, point 3 is to read as follows: 3.1 Plants intended f planting (other than seeds) of Malus Mill. Without prejudice to the provisions applicable to Annex 4B, point 1: 3.2 Plants intended f planting (other than seeds) of Pyrus L. a) the plants iginate in an area known to be free from Cidatus phytoplasma mali b) i) the plants (other than those raised from seeds) are derived in direct line from material which is maintained under appropriate conditions, subjected, within the last six complete cycles of vegetation, at least once to official testing f Cidatus phytoplasma mali, using appropriate testing which also uncovers latent infections, found to be free from this pest, ii) no symptoms of diseases caused by Cidatus phytoplasma mali have been observed at the place of production on susceptible plants in its immediate vicinity since the beginning of the last three complete cycles of vegetation, iii) one per thous of the plant material of the batch must be subjected to testing, using appropriate testing which also uncovers latent infections, found to be free from Cidatus phytoplasma mali. At least one sample must be tested if the consignment consists of less than one thous units. Without prejudice to the provisions applicable to Annex 4B, point 1: : a) the plants iginate in an area known to be free from Cidatus phytoplasma pyri, b i) plants at the place of production in its immediate vicinity which have shown symptoms giving rise to the suspicion of contamination by Cidatus phytoplasma pyri have been rogued out at that place within the last three complete cycles of vegetation, b ii) one per thous of the plant material of the batch must be subjected to testing, using appropriate testing which also uncovers latent infections, found to be free from Cidatus phytoplasma pyri. At least one sample must be tested if the consignment consists of less than one thous units. These amendments enter into fce on 1 November II
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